Tất tần tật" từ vựng Academic bắt đầu bằng T nên học trong tiếng anh
Tất tần tật" từ vựng Academic bắt đầu bằng T nên học trong tiếng anh
A ban or restriction made by social custom, any social restriction - điều cấm kỵ
- It is strictly taboo for anyone to eat the meat from an animal that is his or her totem.
- Smoking indoors had already become a taboo long before government created laws forbidding it.
- Many of the Kanak whom I interviewed unequivocally demonstrated anxiety regarding taboo places and associated ancestors.
- I ask the question actors should never ask, the taboo, but like some awful knee-jerk reaction it slips out.
- The idea that all furries are doing something taboo was perpetuated in news media reports last fall.
Alongside each other, one behind another - bộ đôi trước sau
- The introduction of testing for illegal drugs is being conducted in tandem with breathalysing for alcohol in the workplace.
- The team expects them to form a spectacular double-play tandem in the field.
- The waterborne nature of Station Washington's missions is ideally suited to work in tandem with many federal and local agencies, said White.
- We will soon be commencing upon a document addressing how organizations should administrate their tandem programs.
- Up to 30 experienced jumpers will take part but all newcomers will get the opportunity to take a tandem jump.
Able to be perceived by touch, definite or real - hữu hình
- It's rare in a service industry to be able to create something so tangible and enduring.
- But her narrative gains from the tangible physicality of theatre and gleefully combines eroticism and wit.
- Unfortunately, they come up short in providing a tangible value proposition that quantifies what the product actually means to a business.
- There was a need for the Authority to centralize power in order to deliver effectively in the form of tangible results of the peace process.
- But seldom has such a celebrated political project seen so little tangible circulation.
Make less respected - làm ô uế/ nhơ nhuốc
- Gold was valued from ancient times because it did not tarnish or rust like other metals.
- Platinum is a relatively inactive metal that does not corrode or tarnish in air.
- They physically scratch off dirt, stains and tarnish via friction as you rub the surface.
- This concho belt is made with nickel silver so it won't tarnish and of course keeps the cost down.
- To him there remains plenty of time for the Spurs to get it right, to cleanse the tarnish of an uneven regular season.
Entice someone to do something against their better judgment - cám dỗ, xúi giục
- Nothing short of an imperative sense of duty could tempt me to set forth on that most perilous emprise, a discussion of the American language.
- When we will tempt the frailty of our powers, presuming on their changeful potency.
- If we can say that management philosophy provides is the headspring to tempt people, we can also say that business model would be the sacrifice to motivate people to act.
Tending to change mood in an unreasonable way – hay thay đổi, bất thường
- Somehow the cameraman failed to achieve this, prompting an outburst from the temperamental artist.
- Some deep psychological compensation for my ineradicable temperamental wimpiness is at work.
- He might be a volatile, temperamental person but, she did not think that he was actually dangerous.
- When he displays his handiness with a temperamental car, he is offered a job on the spot.
- I am a temperamental person myself, so I probably would've lashed out myself.
Holding firmly to something, persistent, stubborn, perseverant - bền bỉ, dẻo dai, gan lì
- They were tenacious and brave and I couldn't have asked for anything more from them.
- We definitely have a ringside seat at a tenacious and historic affliction of an out of control Credit system and boom and bust dynamics.
- The good news in this case is that the Old Believers stayed true to their three-century tradition of tenacious independence.
- I think that the reason that the story has been so tenacious is that we want to believe that it's true.
- And also, resident hummingbirds are expected to be more tenacious than migrants.
Having a good effect on the body and mind, serving to cure or heal or to preserve health - phép chữa bệnh
- You couldn't agree more as you inhale the pure, clean, almost therapeutic air in his room.
- Presently the company is developing a biosimilar of the antibody, a drug with dramatic therapeutic effects for rheumatoid arthritis.
- In addition, a better integration will facilitate the discovery of genes for novel biomarkers and targets for new therapeutic interventions.
- One of the most promising therapeutic approaches that I endorse, with reservations, is the bioenergetics of psychiatrist, Alexander Lowen.
- This is followed by a specially prescribed breakfast after which guests enjoy long therapeutic sessions with therapists and masseurs.
A level or point marking the start of something , the beginning point - ngưỡng cửa, bước đầu
- As the follicle grows, the estrogen eventually reaches a threshold level that causes the cow to be in heat.
- For an infected ant, when the declining air temperature hits a certain threshold, its jaws become locked in a closed position.
- The jitter amplitude just before the output crosses this error threshold is defined as the maximum tolerable jitter of the input under test.
- Chemical reactions require a minimum or threshold energy, called the activation energy.
- The current threshold for late vegetative beans with actively increasing aphid populations is 250 aphids per plant.
Economy in the use of resources - tiết kiệm
- There is no haggling, but why be thrifty over cured reindeer meat, heaps of cloudberries, lingonberries and baskets of wild mushrooms?
- People who save see others as wasteful while people who spend see others as thrifty.
- With mineral crystal lenses, hand-made titanium frames, and silicone nose and ear tips, these glasses aren't for the thrifty.
- There are also discounts available for the thrifty to holders of American Express cards.
- But in other areas, she would seem to be thrifty to the point of stinginess.
Quick to take offence – hay giận dỗi
- I really wasn't that stoked about getting into a touchy political discourse with a bunch of drunks I didn't know.
- This was unsurprising, since the topic is touchy and the play controversial.
- Solid waste has become a touchy issue these days, with tempers flaring up at the slightest mention of the topic anywhere.
- This bill is nothing but touchy, fluffy, feel-good nonsense, and it is doing nothing more than promoting and legislating lying.
- In order to keep us on the straight and narrow we need to hear sermons on the touchy subjects that hit close to home.
A statement that is obviously true and says nothing new - lẽ hiển nhiên
- It is taken as a truism by most people that dishonesty and yobbish behaviour are on the increase in society.
- Indeed, that trade improves welfare is practically a truism, not to say an article of faith.
- The other oft trotted-out truism is that the yard supports far more people than just the shipbuilders.
- All this is little more than a truism, yet it exposes the conceptual shallowness of the approach of the Joint Chiefs' documents.
- This is more than the trite truism that there is a thin line between love and hate.
A state of great disturbance or confusion - náo động/ rối loạn
- In a nation where a wealthy handful own half the farm acreage, land reform has been a major fuse for national turmoil.
- With the current turmoil in the US economy one wonders if people will be quite so free with their money on luxuries this year.
- At this rate all this teeny-bopper sibling drama and turmoil would take out all the energy in me.
- The country's bicentenary celebrations are backdropped by more political turmoil and a state of near-civil war.
- Clinton's maladroit staffing decisions contributed to the political turmoil of his initial years in the White House.